de la Mancha has announced a Spring 09 Special Offer.
This time-limited special offer bundle saves 50% on the cost of buying each plugin individually. The offer is valid until 5th May 2009
You are encouraged to try the demo versions before purchase, which you can download from the individual product page.
Spring 09 Special Offer includes
- bathtub, 2 flexible and configurable stereo compressors.
- dirtbox 3, effect plug-in designed to compress, distort and modulate your audio.
- unstable, pitch modulation effect.
All three plug-ins are available as VST effect plug-ins for Windows PC, for a special bundle price of $34 USD.
More information: de la Mancha
Cytomic has released released a public beta of version 1.0.7 of The Glue, an analog modelled bus compressor plug-in for Windows and Mac.
Cytomic was formed in December 2007 by Andrew Simper as a company dedicated to producing DSP plugins using analog modelling based on quality algorithms, with a focus on ease of use and reasonable pricing. Andrew has been Head DSP Developer for FXpansion for the past 4 years, where he coded the effects for Guru and BFD2, and created the D-CAM: Synth Squad (to be released Q2 2009). Cytomic software is currently in use by top musicians and has already featured on number one singles on Beatport.
The Glue features
- Accurate analog model of famous British mix bus compressor of the 80′s
- Ultra-fast attack time of up to 0.01 mS
- Range knob to naturally control the maximum compression applied
- Peak Clip to optionally hard limit transients
- DSP coded using C++ and assembler, Interface coded using the Juce framework (C++)
The public beta is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU). It times out after 14 days and it has no load, no paste, and no parameter automation. The public beta version can be registered for $99 USD.
By buying the beta you will receive all future updates and product support for all 1.X version of The Glue, and you are a fully registered user with all the same rights as someone buying later will recieve, but you get to use the plugin earlier and in a slightly less stable state
Visit the public beta page for details.
Pleasurize Music Foundation has released version 1.3 of TT Dynamic Range Meter, a plug-in and standalone application for measuring the dynamic range in audio.
From the manual:
Out clearly‐defined goal is to discover and categorize over compression and to prevent overs with good true peak metering. We supply a whole number system from DR4 to DR14 to define the dynamic quality of a recording on one glance.
In order to achieve this goal, we have conducted extensive experimentation and have decided to obtain the “official” DR Value from the TT DR Offline Meter. A real‐time measurement would have certainly taxed the patience of users in determining the official and correct DR value.
Changes in TT Dynamic Range Meter v1.3
- The TT Dynamic Range Meter Plug‐in is unchanged since version 1.2a.
- The TT DR Offline Meter has two important new features:
- File/Folder Switch: You have the choice to measure a complete image file of a sound carrier or the complete content of a folder. In folder mode please make sure to measure the complete album and avoid double or missing tracks within the folder for correct results. Folder mode is required for proper measurement in case of varying peak headroom from track to track. This would cause deviating results if measured in file mode. The folder mode enables easy DR measurement of CDs in combination with grabber software.
- Logfile: If active the measurement process will write a logfile into the directory of the investigated folder. The logfile contains information like the total number of tracks, official DR value, peak and RMS information.
Important! Use just the TT DR Offline Meter to get the official DR value! The Plug‐in is designed
for true peak and dynamic monitoring purposes.
The TT Dynamic Range Meter is currently available as a standalone application and VST plug-in for Windows PC (RTAS and AU version are planned for May 2009).
Visit the Pleasurize Music Foundation for more information.
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